Bruce Lee and I

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Bruce Lee and I
Directed by Lo Mar
Produced by Evan Yang
Betty Ting Pei
Written by Suen A-Foo
Shu Lan
Evan Yang
Starring Betty Ting Pei
Danny Lee
Music by Koo Ka-fai
Cinematography Chan Ching-kui
Ng Faat-sam
Edited by Leung Wing-chan
Distributed by Intercontinental Video Limited
Release date
  • 9 January 1976 (1976-01-09)
Running time
102 min.
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

Bruce Lee and I (Chinese: 李小龍與我, released in the United States as Bruce Lee: His Last Days, His Last Nights) is a 1976 Hong Kong biographical action film directed by Lo Mar, and starring Betty Ting Pei and Danny Lee. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 9 January 1976. The film is based on Bruce Lee's last days leading up to his death in Pei's apartment at Hong Kong on 20 July 1973.


Mainly Betty Ting's story. Opens with Betty and Bruce rolling around in bed around the time he died. Continues with Betty telling her story to a bartender, beginning when she was a loner school girl, she meets Bruce when he saves her from a beating one night and gives her some money. She then attempts to break into show biz and meets Bruce again: from there they become lovers until his death.


  • Betty Ting Pei as Herself
  • Danny Lee as Bruce Lee
  • Lu Chin-ku as Chao Yueh
  • Unicorn Chan
  • Wong San as Lo Wei
  • Alexander Grand as Rensky
  • Yuen Cheung-yan as Thug attacking Betty in bar
  • Chan Lau as Thug in bar
  • Tino Wong as Thug in bar
  • Chow Yun-kin as Thug in bar
  • Yuen Shun-yee as Stuntman on Movie Set
  • Lee Chiu as Stuntman on Movie Set
  • Yuen Kwai as Thug
  • Chin Yuet-sang as Thug
  • Alan Chui Chung-San as Thug
  • Hsu Hsia as Thug
  • Wong Pau-gei as Thug
  • Ho Pak-kwong as Waiter
  • Nam Seok-hun as Bartender
  • Chan Siu-gai as Extra on movie set
  • Chu Yau-ko as Gambler
  • Fung Ging-man
  • Chin Chun

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